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Photographer : JPL Saturn and it's rings, with callouts, as photographed by Voyager 2
Topics: What -- Saturn, What -- Voyager 2, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Bearingless Main Rotor
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Photographer : JPL Range : 1.2 million km. ( 740,000 miles ) P-23954C Voyager 2 obtained this color image of Saturn's F-ring and its small inner sheparding satellite (1990S27) against the full disk of the planet. TheA-ring and the Encke Gap appear in the lower left corner. This view shows that the shepard is more refective than Sturn's clouds, suggesting that it is an icy, bright surfaced object like the larger satellites and the ring particles themselves.
Topics: What -- Voyager 2, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Photographer: Army Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter flying Nap of the Earth in waterway of heavely wooded terrain.
Topic: What -- Earth
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XV-15 Tilt Rotor (NASA-703) hovers at Ames Research Center, helicopter mode
Topic: Where -- Ames Research Center (ARC)
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Bell XV-15 Tilt Rotor Army Configurations; Combat, Rescue, and JVX artist renderings
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Laser Faint Object Grating Spectrometer (Frogs) with F. Witteborn and Jesse Bregman.
Topic: What -- Spectrometer
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CV-990 (NASA-712) air to air view of flight up California coastline
Topic: Where -- California
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C-141 KAO: Cornell University, FAR Infrared Interferometer
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C-141 KAO: Cornell University, FAR Infrared Interferometer
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Recruiting Brochure: Flower
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Recruiting Brochure: Flower
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C-141 Bell Labs. Submillemeter Line Astronomy Group Experiment
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Ames Family Day Picnic in celebration of NASA's 50th Anniversary
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Australian tektites
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Thomas N. Canning, Hypersonic Free-Flight Branch Chief, holds model that is fired down range in gun. Hypersonic Free-Flight Gun.
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Space Shuttle Orbitor model 140 A/B-OA87 testing in the 3.5ft Hypersonic Wind Tunnel
Topic: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter
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XV-3 in Ames Reseach Center 40x80ft wind tunnel; Rotor dynamic stability tests
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Dr Hans Mark, Ames Director in his office with his secretary Edie Watson
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PHOTOGRAPHER: N/A C-141 KAO TELESCOPE SYSTEM EQUIPMENT AND ASSEMBLY IN N-242. BOB KRAUS OF OWENS - ILLINOIS ADJUSTING TELESCOPE
Topic: Where -- Illinois
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Photographer: JPL Deep Space Antenna 210' at Goldstone, CA (JPL ref: P-116594AC)
Topic: Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Double delta planform on a supersonic transport model mounted in the 40x80ft. w.t.
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XV-3 in Ames Reseach Center 40x80ft wind tunnel; Rotor dynamic stability tests
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Date: Oct 13, 1971 Photographer Geaton Faraone Cosmosgenic Nuclides in Allende Meteorite - Group of seven specimens; No.s' K1, K2, 3512, 3515, 81-1, 81-6 and 81-3
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Photographer: JPL P-21756 BW only Range: 120,000 km (right) 169,000 km (left) Right: In the foreground of this picture taken by Voyager 2, the part of the surface of Ganymede shown is the typical grooved terrain as seen by Voyager 1. It consists of mutually intersecting bands of closely-spaced, parallel ridges and grooves. In the background is newly-cratered dark terrain across which can be traced several widely spaced parellel linear features. When viewed from a distance the line features...
Topics: What -- Voyager 1, What -- Ganymede, What -- TRACE, What -- Callisto, Where -- Jet Propulsion...
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Photographer: JPL P-21758 BW Range: 246,000 kilometers (152,000 miles) This picture by Voyager 2 is the first close look ever obtained of Jupiter's satellite, Europa. The linear crack-like features had been seen from a much greater distance by Voyager 1 but this image provides a resolution of about four kilometers (2.5 miles). The complicated linear features appear even more like cracks or huge fractures in these images. Also seen are somewhat darker mottled regions which appear to have a...
Topics: What -- Voyager 1, What -- Europa, What -- Ganymede, What -- Io, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory...
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Photograph by JPL Voyager 1 catches volcanic eruption on Jupiter's moon Io JPL - no available
Topics: What -- Voyager 1, What -- Moon, What -- Io, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Photographer: N/A Interferogram of Transonic flow field - reconstructed laser hologram as an infinite-fringe interferogram shows shock-wave shape, location and separaton of the airfoil boundry layer
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Photograph by Pioneer Venus Venus image 0664
Topics: What -- Pioneer Venus, What -- Venus
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Photographer: Navy History of Cockpits - interior of control room showing pressure gages (@1935)
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Sykorsky Bearingless Main Rotor test in 40x80ft w.t.
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Photograph by JPL Voyager 1 views of Jupiter's rings
Topics: What -- Voyager 1, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Photographer: N/A Douglas DC-8 Ariplane in Flight
Topic: Where -- Douglas
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Photographer: N/A Bell Helicopter 222 Airplane
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Photographer: Voyager 1 spacecraft Jupiter moon Ganymede
Topics: What -- Voyager 1, What -- Jupiter, What -- Moon, What -- Ganymede
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Pioneer Saturn: Charlie Hall, project manager daily stand up meeting
Topic: What -- Saturn
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Lear Jet (NASA 705) in flight over Central CA.
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Space Shuttle Columbia Launch Preparation at NASA KSC (Kennedy Space Center) Ref: 108-KSC-81PC-454
Topics: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- Columbia, Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC)
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C-141 KAO Research Team for December 1979
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XV-15 Tilt Rotor (NASA-703) hovers at Ames Research Center
Topic: Where -- Ames Research Center (ARC)
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Ames Aerials and NFAC sign (from field side of wind tunnel)
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Photographer : JPL P-34689 Range : 130,000 km. ( 80,000 miles ) Smallest Resolvable Feature : 2.5 km or 1.5 miles This image of Neptune's moon Triton, shot by Voyager 2, is seen here. The long linear feature exteding vertically across the image is probably a graben -- a norrow down-dropped fault block about 35 km. or 20 miles across. The ridge in the center of the graben. The surrounding terrain is a relatively young icy surface with few impact craters.
Topics: What -- Moon, What -- Voyager 2, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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XV-15 Rotor Installation in 80X120 ft. Wind Tunnel Test-0048.
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Technology Infusion Award (Code I) "Golden Fish" presented by Steve Zornitzer to Jay Trimble and John Schreiner for their work on JpL/MER program
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Technology Infusion Award (Code I) "Golden Fish" presented by Steve Zornitzer to Ja
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JVX/ATB Rotor Blades Test; OARF Static Test Stand N-249.
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CMAPS (Compact Multi-Mission Airborne Propulsion Simulator) testing in the 9x7ft w.t. with Ron Gailey
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C-141 KAO: Cornell University, FAR Infrared Interferometer mission directors console
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composite art Tilt Rotor (XV-15) JVX composite; vertical, transition & horizontal flight; artwork.
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EEO trophy ceremonies: Speaker Dr Jenkins chats with Ames employees
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Recruiting Brochure: A San Jose downtown church tower
Topic: Where -- San Jose
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Photographer: Pioneer Venus Art: Atmosphere Flow Day/Night Homopause, Ionosphere, Thermosphere, and Cryosphere
Topics: What -- Pioneer Venus, What -- Venus
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Photographer : JPL Range : 4.3 million km. ( 2.7 million miles ) Southeast of the Great Red Spot, as seen at upper left, this photograph taken by Voyager I also shows one of Jupiter's 40 year old white ovals, seen at middle left. Along with a variety of other atmospheric features, and flow in and around the ovals, the smallest details in this photograph represent features 80 km. ( 45 miles ) across.
Topics: What -- Voyager, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Pioneer Saturn PMOC (Mission Control Center)
Topic: What -- Saturn
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PHOTOGRAPH BY DFRC SPACE SHUTTLE ORBITER COLUMBIA 102 IS SHOWN BACKING OUT OF ITS MANUFACTURING FACILITY AT PALMDALE, CA THE ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL SPACE DIVISION PLANT, ENROUTE TO DRYDEN FLIGHT RESEARCH CENTER. THIS ORBITER WILL BE THE FIRST SHUTTLE SPACECRAFT THAT WILL CARRY TWO ASTRONAUTS, JOHN YOUNG AND RICHARD CRIPPEN, INTO EARTH ORBITAL TEST FLIGHT IN LATE 1979.
Topics: Who -- John Young, What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- Columbia, What -- Earth, Where -- Dryden...
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C-141 KAO Research Team for December 1979
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Photographer: Bob Carnahan
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Photographer : JPL Range : 5 million km. ( 3 million miles ) This photograph, shot from Voyager I, shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot, turbulent regions immediattely to the west, and, middle right, one of the several white ovals seen on Jupiter from Earth. This photograph represents much better resolution than ever seen by telescopic means to date. The Red Spot and Ovals both reveal intricate, involved structures, the smallest details of which, are estimated at 95 km. ( 55 miles ) across.
Topics: What -- Voyager, What -- Jupiter, What -- Earth, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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N-258 NAS (Numerical Aerodynamic Simualtion) Facility, aerials of (pre) construction site, Foundation
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N-227 Wind Tunnel Data Control Room: Hardware
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Photographer : JPL Range : 1 illion km. ( 600,000 mi. ) Resolution : 140 km. ( 90 mi. ) P-29539C This Voyager 2 image of Uranus was captured as the spacecraft was leaving Uranus behind on its cruise to Neptune. The image is a color composite of three photographs taken through blue, grren, and orange filters. Thin thin crecent seen here is at an angle of 153 degrees between the the spacecraft, the planet, and the sun. Even at this extreme angle, uranus retains the pale blue-green color seen by...
Topics: What -- Voyager 2, What -- Uranus, What -- Neptune, What -- Sun, What -- Jupiter, What -- Saturn,...
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Date: Feb 11, 1987 Photographer: CFD Reynolds Shear Stress: Horseshoe Vortex and Bursting Process Turbulent Boundry Layer (Vertical Wire)
Topic: What -- WIRE
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Date: Feb 11, 1987 Photographer: CFD Reynolds Shear Stress: Horseshoe Vortex and Bursting Process Turbulent Boundry Layer (Vertical Wire)
Topic: What -- WIRE
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nitrogen mineralization: wetlands, inundation gradient
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Date: Dec 18, 1986 Photographer: Roger Brimmer All Body Hypersonic Aircraft Model 3.5ft W.T. Test-260 Flow Visualization
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Date: Nov 24, 1986 Illustration N-257 Advanced ATC Concepts simulator: unicqu national facility for treal time evalation by controllers and pilots of advanced automation concepts (Cutaway artwork)
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Photographer : JPL Range : 2.77 million miles (1.72 million miles) resolution : 51 km. (32 mi.) P-29495C This Voyager 2 photograph of the outermost Uranian satellite, Oberon is a computer reconstruction of three frames , exposed through the narrow angle camera's blue, green, and orange filters. the grayness or apparent lack of strong color is a distinctive characteristic of the satellites and the rings of Uranus and can serve as one indicator of the possible composition of the satellites'...
Topics: What -- Voyager 2, What -- Oberon, What -- Uranus, Where -- Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
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Ames Facility Aerials - N-243A
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Artist: Carter Emmart "The Case for Mars" conference artwork (Mission to Mars) NOTE; for government educational use only -
Topic: What -- Mars
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Ames Facility Aerials: N-237
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Photo by Dunn Camera System Model BH-360: Conditions for Maximum BVI Noise.
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Artist: Carter Emmart "The Case for Mars" conference artwork (Mission to Mars) NOTE; for government educational use only -
Topic: What -- Mars
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Date: Dec 31, 1987 Photographer: N/A Venus Mapper (VM) Spacecraft artwork (Ref: 82-H-472, 82-HC-429)
Topic: What -- Venus
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Ames Facility Aerials - High Pressure Tanks, N-250A and N-250
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aerial of the new NFAC facility N-221 (40x80x120ft. w.t)
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Prince Willem-Alexander van Oranje (Crown Prince of the Netherlands) visits Ames. Shown here with Chris Sweeney (Ames) as he explains the control in the VMS S-cab
Topic: Where -- Netherlands
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X-33 Aeroshell Flight Test Instrumentation. (leeward)
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X-33 Aeroshell Flight Test Instrumentation. (leeward)
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Lear Jet (NASA 805) NAIMS (NASA Airborne Infrared measurement system) Experiment - exterior telescope portal
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CVSRF (crew Vehicle Systems Research Facility) N=257 High-Bay, T-NASA simulation HUD (heads up displays)
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adsorption compression for Mars ISRU ( In-SITU Resource Utilization) N-239 lab
Topic: What -- Mars
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XV-15 Rotor Installation in 80X120 ft. Wind Tunnel Test-0048.
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X-33 (Leeward) Aeroshell flight test instrumentation bond verification procedure (shop)
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SOFIA: 1st shakedown flight out of WACO, TX
Topic: What -- SOFIA
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Dr Chris McKay presents a Director's Colloquium to Ames staff and summer interns on "Missions to Investigate the Polar Ice of Mars: Phoenix and Beyond"
Topics: What -- Polar, What -- Mars, What -- Phoenix
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OpenAmes - OpenForum (to build creative ideas in workforce integration (contractor and civil servant, Imporving communicaiton tools, and PR and Morale) meeting in Bldg 3
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NASA Ames Exploration Center exhibits Updated 2008
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NASA Ames Exploration Center exhibits Updated 2008
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LCROSS Family night at Ames
Topic: What -- Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS)
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Ames Family Day Picnic in celebration of NASA's 50th Anniversary
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Ames Family Day Picnic in celebration of NASA's 50th Anniversary
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Ames Family Day Picnic in celebration of NASA's 50th Anniversary
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Ames Family Day Picnic in celebration of NASA's 50th Anniversary
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field.
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field.
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field.
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field. Remarks by NASA Ames Center Director Pete Worden
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field.
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field. City of Sunnyvale council members - Otto Lee and David Whittum presents Cerificate of Commendation
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September 11th remembrance ceremony held in front of NASA Research Park Bldg-17 (Lunar Science Institute) hosted by the American Legion, Post 881, Moffett Field.